The King Co. station belongs to the international airport, whereas the Boeing Station is owned by the Boeing Company. More than likely both stations would send apparatus to anything happening on airport property.On Google, and Google maps, they show a Boeing Fire Station and two blocks away is a Kings County Station. Just wondering it that's correct. Both have ARFFs.
We were never crossed trained as Firefighters at BFI. That was strictly the Boeing Fire Dept job. We did get dispatched to some of their calls but that was mostly to assist outside agencies (Seattle Fire, Tukwila Fire) to maneuver through the property when they were dispatched to the call. The city limits of Seattle and Tukwila runs through about the middle of Boeing Field dividing the north and south ends.Once upon a time, Boeing Field Security and Boeing Field Fire were both part of a Department of Public Safety - type agency where all the Security folks were cross trained as ARFF folks.